Manchester United is clearly ready to put together an aggressive transfer window performance, and they may be on the verge of making the biggest move of the offseason.
They are still pursuing Tottenham striker Harry Kane, who scored 21 goals in the Premier League.
This ranked second as he was only behind Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero.
Kane is only 21 years old, so he is perhaps the hottest commodity on the transfer market.
However, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will be a major obstacle for Kane’s suitors.
However, Man United vice-chairman Ed Woodward is dead set on pursuing Kane and will do everything they can to convince Tottenham to sell the star striker for £50m.
It may take more to sign Kane though, judging by Levy’s reputation as a hard ball negotiator.
Although defense is a primary concern for Man United, they are also looking to upgrade every other area of the ball, as oft-reliable scorers Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney are aging veterans.